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05/12/12  The Sri Lankan Miss Universe and Actress Jacqueline Fernandez who debuted with Amitabh Bachchan-Riteish Deshmukh starrer 'Aladin' directed by 'Kahaani fame Sujoy Ghosh will soon be seen in Thriller masters Abbas-Mustan's most hyped and most awaited multi-starrer Race 2 which has Saif Ali Khan, Deepika Padukone, Anil Kapoor and John Abraham.

Jacqueline will be seen playing a negative role in the film and is paired up with John Abraham. Speaking about the film the actress says "Every one in the film has a negative shades and i am very proud to be a part of Race 2.

It was the first time that i got to play a character which is Negative and Intense at the same time. The beauty of Race is you will see every character with dark shade in the film until proved innocent at the end."

On her journey career, Very few might know Jacqueline Fernandez was also a journalist and used to write weekly columns in 'Daily Mirror' named tabloid back home in Sri Lanka. The actress was also termed as 50 Most desirable women from Times survey in the year 2011 for which she Never-Took-It-To-Her-Head as told.

"Nothing comes easy. I was not from Bollywood, I was an outsider, I had my share of Struggles and Pains before becoming a successful actress." adds Jacqueline.

As far as her 'Link Up' with director Sajid Khan is concerned, The actress responded in a very polite way "I am actually getting very used to it. Link Up makes your job very interesting otherwise life is such a Bore." Well, all we can wish that Jacqueline's life get's more and more interesting after new transformation of her character from Race 2.

Race 2 is a sequel to Race (2008) and is expected to hit the silver screen on January 25th. The trailer of the film is out and creating a lot of Stir in Bollywood.

 
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